View Poll Results: Have you seen the new Google search console speed report?

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    Question Have you seen the new Google search console speed report?

    In November Google introduced a new experimental search console speed report. You can see the announcement in Google Webmaster Central Blog here:

    Get faster with the new Speed report in Search Console

    The new experimental report classifies urls as "Fast", "Moderate", and "Slow". The data is based on the Chrome User Experience Report, which provides user experience metrics for how real-world Chrome users experience popular destinations on the web.

    We all know that Google considers the response times of pages and sites to be a relevant signal used to help determine how highly a page should be ranked in search results, so I expect that as this report evolves and becomes better over time, it will be a helpful tool for webmasters looking to understand how Google views the performance of their sites, and where effort might be best spent.

    For this week's poll, I ask if you have seen the new report.

    Besides voting in the poll, be sure to share your thoughts. My own observation is that a site needs to have a decent amount of traffic before interesting results are reported.

    For example, on the GPWA website, 360 pages were reported as slow on December 2nd, and 1,888 pages were reported as being of moderate speed on a mobile device. On a desktop device on December 2nd, no pages were reported as slow and 2,344 pages were reported as moderate.

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    Haven't seen it so far but thanks to this post I'm going to check it out soon!

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    Yes, seems like if you don't have a minimalosting downgraded mobile version then it seems to be hard to reach the "moderate" real time mobile speed.

    Even image optimisation, Gzip compression + Cloudflare Pro CDN might not completely sort it out.

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    I haven't seen Fast URL yet, only Moderate ones. It's funny, but it seems to me that a slow URL and a fast URL are equally difficult to achieve. There should not be slow ones if specialists work on the site, and fast ones, as I tried, cannot be achieved by any optimization.
    Anyways, I'm looking forward to this new feature
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garry Mosser View Post
    I haven't seen Fast URL yet, only Moderate ones. It's funny, but it seems to me that a slow URL and a fast URL are equally difficult to achieve. There should not be slow ones if specialists work on the site, and fast ones, as I tried, cannot be achieved by any optimization.
    Anyways, I'm looking forward to this new feature
    Same here, unless the website is totally empty maybe then it would be possible to achieve it. It is due to the fact that for mobile internet connections such as 3G it loads much slower. But they are still testing it so they should adapt at some point.

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    I knew that Google had released updates. Right after that, we checked our page load speed metrics. The mobile version of the site has lost 30 speed points .... Now we managed to optimize the site, but finally failed to restore the previous page speed.

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